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    Mark Savage

    I haven't bought one in years myself.
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    1973 White Road Commander Aerodyne

    Thanks!!
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    Peterbilt 379

    Nice work!! I'm glad that you mentioned the fifth wheel. I was going to ask about the challenges of hooking to a trailer.😀
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    DM600 Steel nose.

    I like it!!
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    MACK E10 V12 11/15 update

    Nice work!!
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    Mark Savage

    Mark is the editor at Scale Auto Magazine now. I wouldn't look for the truck model magazine to ever be released.
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    1980 LNT 9000

    Thanks!!
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    Hello Everyone !

    Welcome to the forum! I'm looking forward to seeing your builds!
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    66 Dodge LNT 1000 Wrecker

    Thanks!!
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    1960 GMC Cracker Box

    Nice looking Crackerbox! Great work!!
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    1950 Ford F-8 Big Job

    Thanks!!
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    Just joined

    Looks great so far!!
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    1950 Ford F-8 Big Job

    Thanks Chuck! My last two builds were inspired by several of your builds. Thanks! It was a little different build for me.
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    66 Dodge LNT 1000 Wrecker

    Thanks Guys!!
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    1950 Ford F-8 Big Job

    This began with a resin cab and fenders from KP Conversion. The frame, front springs, front axle, tanks and brake chambers, and radiator are from the AMT R-Model Mack. The rear Peterbilt Air Leaf suspension, fifth wheel plate and the battery box are from the Snap Peterbilt. The transmission, front bumper, and air bags (cast copies) are from the Ertl Transtar II. The wheels, tires, drive axles, mud flaps, pogo stick, shifter, pedals, drive shaft and fifth wheel are AMT from the parts box. The seats are from the Monogram CJ-7. The engine is a 4-71 Detroit cut down from a Spaulding Trading and Shipping 6-71 with some 8v-71 parts too. The Monogram 50 Ford Pickup donated a few parts as well. IMG_2165 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2167 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2174 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_E2129 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2134 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2132 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2126 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2114 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2117 by Brian Smith, on Flickr IMG_2164 by Brian Smith, on Flickr
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